ERIC Number: ED218739
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982-Jan
Reference Count: 0
The Condition of Public Elementary and Secondary Education in Connecticut. Fiscal Year 1979-80. Volume 2--Trends and Perspectives.
Connecticut State Dept. of Education, Hartford. Bureau of Research, Planning, and Evaluation.; Connecticut State Board of Education, Hartford.
Statistical data on Connecticut education for various years from 1969 to 1981 are presented in 85 tables, each with an accompanying chart or graph. The information is divided into five sections: (1) the context of education, including state, federal, and local expenditures, town wealth and tax rates, and concentration of poor and minority students; (2) enrollment in public and private schools and in programs for compensatory and special education, gifted and bilingual students, vocational training, adult education, and college-bound students; (3) student achievement and outcomes, covering standardized test results and post-high-school activities; (4) school staff, including staff age, ethnic group, sex, salaries, and experience, as well as student-teacher ratios and future teacher supply and demand; and (5) public school expenditure per pupil by school level, educational program, administrative costs, student services, instructional materials, and school maintenance. (RW)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Adult Education, Educational Finance, Elementary Secondary Education, Enrollment Trends, Expenditure per Student, Graphs, Minority Groups, Outcomes of Education, Programs, School District Spending, School Statistics, Standardized Tests, Student Characteristics, Student Teacher Ratio, Tables (Data), Teacher Characteristics, Teachers, Test Results
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Connecticut State Dept. of Education, Hartford. Bureau of Research, Planning, and Evaluation.; Connecticut State Board of Education, Hartford.
Identifiers: Connecticut; School District Wealth
Note: Some figures may reproduce poorly due to small print of original document. For a related document, see ED 202 169.